Question about Food Mixers
HI CHECK ALL GEARS FOR A SHEARED KEY. IF IT HAS A ROLLER CLUTCH, COULD BE WORN ROLLER CLUTCH OR SPRINGS MADE OF SPRING STEEL BEHIND EACH ROLLER IN CLUTCH FATIGUED. YOU CAN CAREFULLY RUN MACHINE JOGGING ON OFF SWITCH WITH GEAR CASE COVER OFF AND CHECK GEAR ROTATION FOR SHEARED KEY. IT'S ONE MESSY JOB!!! SOMETIMES NUT ON TOP OF MAIN SHAFT UNDER CAP OUT OF ADJUSTMENT. SHOULD BE APPX. 1/2 TO 1 TURN FROM TIGHTENED. HOPE I GAVE YOU SOME ASSISTANCE, JOE
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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